Clients and projects increasingly require a quantitative risk analysis. In this module, you learn to understand all aspects of probabilistic planning in the Primavera Risk Analysis (PRA) software package, based on practically-oriented examples and cases. As well as importing and checking a schedule, you add uncertainties and risks to the schedule. You learn to interpret the outcomes of the risk analysis and to communicate these to a project team in the correct manner using distribution diagrams, tornado diagrams and scatter plots etc. Other subjects covered include calculating buffers, scenario analyses and weather calenders. This module closely connects with the PPI (Project Planning Infrastructure) method used by Rijkswaterstaat (Dutch).
This training can be followed remote and in a classroom. Please indicate your preferences on the registration form. Read about the plan of remote training.
In this module, we work with Primavera Risk Analysis 8.7. The software will be made available during this module.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 990.00 excl. VAT / including material, lunch & drinks
Learned a lot. Also concerning 'general planning philosophy and planning good practices.
Robin, Van Oord
Very instructive. It is well discussed what p80 is, what deterministic planning is and what is possible with the calculation of different risks.
Rebecca, Project Planner, Royal Van Lent Shipyard
Educational, certainly in combination with Primavera helps to make the right choice in the future.
Gilian Project Coordinator, NS
Teachers of this course
Suzanne Oudwater MSc
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A schedule risk analysis is a powerful tool to gain insight into the influence of risks and uncertainties on the cost and duration of a project.
The following topics are covered in this training:
- Importing the schedule and performing a schedule check;
- Adding uncertainties;
- Preparing and/or importing a risk register;
- Reporting with distribution, tornado and scatterplot charts;
- Probabilistic cash-flows;
- Modelling of weather forcing;
- Pre- and post-mitigation schedules and other PRA reporting capabilities.